Sunday afternoons are the best day to sew! This quilt started because Lee Chappell wanted something quick and easy (with a lot of impact!) that she could make in an afternoon. Happy Sunday Sewing! Throw 45.5" x 67" Twin 57" x 91" Double 79.5" x 91" Queen 91" x 102.5"
All Squared Up was designed using Lee Chappell Monroe's Curated Collection for Sew Lux Fabrics! She wanted to create a dynamic block that would showcase the fabrics she selected. Wall Hanging 24" x 24" Throw 60" x 60" Twin 60" x 84" Double/Queen 88" x 88" King 108" x 108"
This hard frame clutch pattern is perfect for pens, jewelry and sewing notions. When open, it lays flat so you can easily see all your wares. This is the smaller, sleeker version of the Clutched pattern. Finished size: 8" x 3 1/2"
Mini May patterns are designed to be completed in
Lee Chappell has always wanted to make an elongated dresden! It's was as fun for her to piece as it was to design. This quilt was named in honor of her great-grandmother May Chappell's sister, Hattie. Wall Hanging 18" x 18" Table Runner 16" x 32" Baby 40" x 40"
Lee Chappell's love of scrappy quilts is lifelong! She wanted a pattern that could be madewith bundles or a full scrap bin. Her's is always full! Squiggly Bits' name was born during a class from one of her favorite students. Wall hanging 18" x 18" Throw 54" x 54" Twin
Part of the Alison Glass "Simple Series!" This pattern is chosen for its modern design + simple construction. "Read Between the Lines" features "Text" and "Handcrafted" fabric by Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics. It's stricking simplicity and multiple size options make it a great pattern for this series. Throw 47"
With this pattern you can create a darling robot for one of the little people in your life. Ronny is a loyal friend that will be with them throughout their adventures during the day and as they sleep at night.
This quilt has been one of the most popular on my blog. Appliqued sock monkeys alternate with nine patch units for a quilt that goes together quickly so you can get it done in time for that special baby's arrival.
Use fusible applique to make the quilt go even faster. Click here for
Wildflower Meadow is the perfect scrap busting pattern. Originally designed for a fabric exchange, this is a great way to use up your stash or a fat quarter bundle.
The pattern includes instructions on how to make flying geese units from squares, which means all those points will end up where they
You won't cut a single triangle to make this quilt. Included in the pattern are instructions with diagrams on how to make half-square triangles, quarter-square triangles, double pinwheels and flying geese units from squares. The construction method is very easy and accurate and you won't ever have to cut another
Two classic designs get an update in this quilt that is perfect for fall.
The pattern includes instructions on how to make half square triangles from squares, which means all those leave points will end up where they are supposed to. And the pattern teaches you how to cut on the
Combing two simple blocks, the nine patch and snowball, creates a pattern that looks more complicated than it is.
This quilt was made with a jellyroll and coordinating yardage. The design is great for featuring all the fabrics in a single line.
But you can also achieve a scrappy look in this